Photo by © Steve Taylor
The Parish of Osgodby
The Parish of Osgodby is about two miles North of Market Rasen and mainly to the West of the A46. Bounded to the South by the A1103 (Top Road) and A631 (Gainsborough Road), North to the small village of Usselby and the Kingerby Beck; and extending West past Bishopbridge to the River Ancholme.
Osgodby Summer Fete & Fun Dog Show 2015
Saturday 13th June 2015 is the date, so mark this in your diary, we need you to come along with your family to enjoy all the fun and make this a great day for the whole community.
We also need volunteers to help on the day, you don’t need to commit to help for the full day a couple of hours would be great, lots of help needed from helping with the dog show, serving tea and coffee to washing up and running a stand .
If you are able to help contact the fete committee by email: fete2015@LN83TA.co.uk
The Localism Act 2011 introduces statutory Neighbourhood Planning in England. It enables communities to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan for their area and is intended to give communities more of a say in the development of their local area (within certain limits and parameters).
These plans will be used to decide the future of the places where you live and work and provide a powerful set of tools to ensure you get the right types of development in the right place for your community
- choose where you want new homes, shops and offices to be built
- have your say on what new buildings should look like
- Grant planning permission for the new buildings you want to see go ahead.
Neighbourhood planning is designed to provide a powerful set of tools to ensure you get the right types of development in the right place for your community. Local residents and businesses are now in a position to make planning policies that reflect your priorities, deliver tangible local benefits and have real weight in the planning system.
We are now looking to produce a Neighbourhood Plan for our Parish, a few years ago the Parish Plan was produced this will be a similar process although a little more complicated but the Neighbourhood Plan will be a legally recognised document with a full legal bearing on topics like planning for the next twenty years.
We need your help, if you are willing and able to help produce this document please contact a member of the Parish Council or come to a Parish Council Meeting and let us know.